The Consulting Report's Top 25 Operations Consultants and Leaders of 2023

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The Consulting Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Operations Consultants and Leaders of 2023

The Consulting Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Operations Consultants and Leaders of 2023. The global economy has faced no shortage of interconnected challenges in the past several years, from a seemingly never-ending pandemic, to armed conflicts, to ongoing supply chain woes. The 25 exceptional people on this year’s list have earned their places thanks to their commitment to optimizing their clients’ value chains, countering the many challenges facing businesses with innovation and unparalleled expertise across a range of practice areas. Often, they are not just mitigating the effects of difficult situations, but enacting transformational change within businesses.

Some of the distinguished leaders on this year’s list include Jim Kilpatrick, Partner and Global Supply Chain & Network Operations Leader for Deloitte, who has led his firm’s perspectives, initiatives, and investments to help keep critical global supply chains flowing during disruption and volatility. Meanwhile, in 2022, PwC UK’s Lead Partner of Supply Chain and Operations, Alistair Kett, led the acquisition of Olivehorse, a leading consultancy specializing in supply chain management, which strengthened PwC’s FT Gold Medal ranked supply chain capability. And Gautam Narayan, Director in Slalom’s Global Supply Chain practice, has helped grow Slalom’s fledgling supply chain capabilities into a multimillion-dollar business.

The awardees on this year’s list lead from a host of positions, from Managing Director to Partner, Executive Vice President, and Principal, among others. What they share is their dedication to optimizing business operations for their clients, setting them up for growth now and into the future. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 Operations Consultants and Leaders of 2023.

Jim Kilpatrick (Deloitte), Dharmendra Patwardhan (Capgemini), Fredrik de Maré (FTI Consulting), Glenn Steinberg (EY), Alistair Kett (PwC UK), Takshay Aggarwal (IBM), Gautam Narayan (Slalom), James Hannah (General Dynamics Information Technology), Jose Bleda (Accenture), Andrew Underwood (KPMG), Chris Monk (Protiviti), Jeree Hanavec (World Wide Technology), Bernd Schreiber (Arthur D. Little), Daniel Swan (McKinsey & Company), Allison Kahler (Bain & Company), Jeffery Gallart (Teneo), Michael Lierow (Oliver Wyman), Ben YoKell (Grant Thornton), Andrew Owen (Alvarez & Marsal), Jeffrey Groux (Raytheon Technologies), Geoff Ibbotson (Atos), Ankit Tiwari (Tata Consultancy Services), Corey Biven (SAIC), Claire Brockbank (QinetiQ), Casey Chapman (RSM US).

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